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Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Anti-Russia sentiments bound to grow in Poland – Kosachyov


Anti-Russian sentiments will grow in Poland with a new rightist government in place, said Konstantin Kosachyov, the chief of the State Duma’s international affairs committee.

Commenting on results of Poland’s parliamentary elections, he told Itar-Tass on Monday that the outcome of voting was not unexpected – “positions of the previous centre left government were weak, and this weakness was determined first of all by economic problems of Poland”.

Poland’s government is likely to prove “very heterogeneous”, as the two winner parties are not partners.

The party Law and Justice is conservative and the Civil Platform rightist liberal, Kosachyov explained.

Just for this reason they have “few points of contact, and their alliance will be tactical rather than strategic”.

The rightist government is likely to run into serious internal contradictions and conflicts, Kosachyov said.

As for the Russia-Polish relations, he said “they were not simple earlier with the centre left government in place; Poland was one of the most unsuccessful international partners for Russia”.

In his opinion, anti-Russian sentiments will be only growing in Poland.

“Regrettably, anti-Russian sentiments are a uniting factor for Polish society,” Kosachyov said.

He added that Russophobe tendencies in Poland were not a result of propaganda by rightist parties.

“Poland is doubtlessly a great European state. However, because of historical causes, it has been unable to fully implement its political ambitions”, and just for this reason the Polish nation has developed a “certain national complex”, Kosachyov said.

In his opinion, Polish authorities will continue their “rigid resistance to Russia’s coming closer with European states, such as Germany, Italy and France”.

He also expressed a misgiving that new Polish authorities will help “fanning” the differences existing between Russia and the Baltic republics.

However, Russia should “adhere to the policy of tolerance in the relations with the new Polish authorities,” Kosachyov stressed.


Blogger Gustav said...

Policy of tolerance???

arrogant bastards

9/27/2005 01:54:00 PM  

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